Security :: Authentication Tips While Redirecting From Java (.jsp) To ASPX Page?
Jul 9, 2010
we have an app built in Java and they use a button onclick of it will re-direct to IIS (to our screen)...what kind of authentication should I need to make sure whether user is coming from that Java screen...
Recently I start having customers that are not able to login into my site. I have used the same code for months and I can login and authenticate fine it is happening on some customers not all. That is why is so hard to recreate the problem.
What is happening the customer tries to login and get redirected back to loging page. In config file I have this
I can not think of some else, maybe cookies not able on client, or any other security issue, IE version.
I am using VWD 2010 on a windows 7 64 bit install. Using forms authentication I am not being redirected to the login page when not authenticated yet. Even if I start a new web site from template, clear out all cookies, I still go directly to default.aspx. The LoginView control displays the anonymous template verifing I am not authenticated.
configuration why redirection doesn't occur? Remember I am trying this with New Web site template with no mods so I don't think config issue is within application code.
I'm using Form Authentication in my web application.In my application I have a lot of pop up windows that include form inside.when the form ticket expires the user is redireced to Login page.Also it happens inside a popup window. If user leaves the pop up open and come back after the ticket is expired, it redirects him to the Login inside that pop up.
Now is it possible to make the user choose which page to be redirected to prior to login? for example the user chooses from a list the page to login to prior to login then when authenticated be redirected to this page instead of the default.aspx page. is that possible and if so how can this be done?
I am trying to redirect an ASPX Page to a Classic ASP Page, This is Working Fine with my Local IIS (version 5.1). OS is XPesponse.Redirect("xyz.asp?id=1234");I tried to deploy it into Windows server 2003, IIS Version 6.0 and i am getting an error"Page Cannot be Displayed. here is a problem with the page you are trying to reach and it cannot be displayed."
i had aspx page control for transferring the application datas to another web page. k when i click the transfer button. the Current page will be inactive. and the User only once time they can transfer the page otherwise disabled.
I'm writing a simple Intranet application using windows authentication. I want to restrict access to Safe/UCantSeeMe.aspx. I am aware of the AuthorizeAttribute, but this only works on methods. I also found a good post on doing this with the MVC pattern, but I'm not using MVC. This can be done with roles in forms based security. I read on MSDN that using windows based security means roles are based on groups, but it doesn't go into any detail. how can I restrict access to Safe/UCantSeeMe.aspx?
I am maintaining a website that has .Aspx web pages with no code behind C# files. This has been a challenge for me, because I need to do the following:
1.) When the page first loads, display a Java Script popup message box.
So how can I do this if I don not have a code behind C# file where I can check for isPostback in the on page load method? Can the on page load method be placed inline in the .aspx code? Anyway I need to figure out how to answer my question 1 above.
I am trying to implement login functionality in asp.net 3.5 application. When i try to login as UserA in my application and it gives me an error
The resource cannot be found. Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.
Requested URL: /default.aspx
I do not have any page in my application that is named default.aspx.
If i do not log out and just close the internet explorer with the top right close button and then run the application again then it shows UserA to be logged in and show the startup page of the application.
I have a directory structure root->admin-> admin operations admin page inherited from a ase page with principla security.demand role = "Admins" i am usinf forms authantication mode. i have also put a web.config file in admin folder, restricting other users. it is working normaly with siteroot/admin. I want to setup a mechanism to admin like siteroot/username/admin I can redirect to page admin but it gives security error, it should redirect to login page instead of if user did not sign in.
I created asp.net application on alumni information database.After logged in it redirects to page i wish but the problem is the page i am redirected is not holding the user logged information. it just simply showing as annonymus user.
In our application we are using forms authentication, we have given defaulturl also in the config file. But the problem is that it is not getting redirected to the default url when the session timeout is occuring.
I want to use the login component with forms authentication, but i don't want to use the whole package. I have a database with users in it, and i create the users manually, through another section of my site. I will authenticate them using my own functions, in the Authenticate event.
But, specifying the forms authentication in web.config, i seem to recall having seen somewhere, that i could add pages that were protected, while the rest of the site wasn't.
How do i do this? Currently, i have only 1 page that i want to protect.
I have a registration page I enter the details of the customers and redirect to another page for capturing photo and I come back to the registration page. I want to retain all the values i entered when i land on the registration page.
authentication cookie persistance to true on a aspx website,this works great.now I have made an affiliate website (HTML + iframe (same aspx)) and it does not keep my user logged in after closing browser.
Using VS 2010 RC, VB, and Forms authentication to allow access to the site, depending on the login rights of a user, I want to turn on and off access to certain pages. I can turn on and off buttons to access the pages, but a user can type the page into the url, and it will still go to them.
All the examples and websites i have looked at redirect a user to the error.aspx page when an error occurs. How do you just display a friendly error message on the page the user is viewing saying something like "Sorry unable to do whatever" I've tried using a try catch block on my class that executes a stored procedure and put another try catch on the controller, but this does not work and i still get the default error message (System.InvalidOperationException was unhandled by user code) My code is below:
So how can i just return ViewData["SqlError"] message in page.
I am using a custom error page in IIS 6:<customErrors redirectMode="ResponseRedirect" mode="On" defaultRedirect="Error2.aspx"/>I want to disable authentication for the custom error page because the error being raised is related to an authentication module and I don't want to get into an infinite loop and I want to display a clean error page to the user. I have been trying the following configuration to do that.
We currently have a simple portal kind of functionality built based on ASP.NET Forms-based authentication. All the existing apps that make use of this authentication mechanism are ASP.NET based (and run on the same domain). So, all works fine. We have a new requirement to get some new Java-based web applications make use of the same authentication as well. All our apps are accessible over HTTPS.